The Maserati Ghibli has been an easy car to poke fun at since its introduction for 2014. Although it carries the same nameplate as the wedgy Giugiaro-designed grand tourer and distinctive turbo coupe of Maserati’s past, the modern iteration is sometimes dismissed as a collection of dolled-up mediocre Chrysler parts cobbled together in an attempt to ramp up Maserati’s sales numbers.
This year’s Ghibli Trofeo invites us to look deeper and see Maserati’s midsize luxury sedan for what it has become. It’s a sophisticated, muscle-bound Italian with just a touch of gray in its hair and flashy, well-tailored threads. For the full story, check out this article from Motor Trend.